Possibly fuelled by a lack of football on TV, FIFA 20 has returned to the UK chart top spot. Last weekâ€™s no.1 â€“ Nintendoâ€™s Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition â€“ had a rough second week, tumbling to #28.
Fellow recent Switch releases Bioshock: The Collection and Borderlands Legendary Collection didnâ€™t manage to stick around either, this week absent from the top 40.
It isnâ€™t entirely bad news for Nintendo though. The premium-priced Ring Fit Adventure catapults to #2, overtaking Animal Crossing: New Horizons at #3.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare took #4 while GTA V hangs round at #5, as per usual.
At #6 itâ€™s a new arrival for Nintendoâ€™s well-received 51 Worldwide Games. Its Nintendo DS predecessor was a slow but steady seller, eventually selling over half a mission copies in the UK. Itâ€™s too early to tell if this will have the same impact, however. Dr. Kawashimaâ€™s Brain Training on Switch didnâ€™t stick around the top 40 for very long.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe re-enters the top ten at #7, the PlayStation Hits re-release of The Last of Us: Remastered dropped to #8, while Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order clings in at #9.
Then at #10 itâ€™s Marvelâ€™s Spider-Man, which can currently be found for around Â£15 thanks to Sonyâ€™s Days of Play sale. Days Gone continues to benefit from the promotion too, currently sitting just outside the top ten at #11.
51 Worldwide Games wasnâ€™t the only new release to break the top 40 â€“ The Outer Worlds on Switch also showed up at #30. The Fallout-style RPG hasnâ€™t been blessed with the best of conversions, reportedly suffering from all manner of issues. It may even be â€˜outerâ€™ the chart as soon as next week.